Colorado Legislature passes ‘Safety Stop’ bill

DENVER (BRAIN) — Colorado could become the third state with a law that allows bicyclists to treat some stop signs like yield signs and red lights like stop signs.

Counter Opinion: No ’Idaho Stop,’ please

Editor’s note: Ray Keener is a long-time contributor to BRAIN and does a lot of other things in the bike industry. The thoughts expressed here are Keener’s personal opinions and not those of any organization or entity he represents. I read Walt Seifert’s opinion piece in favor of the Idaho Stop on the BRAIN site this week

Opinion: Should cyclists be allowed to yield at stop signs?

By Walt Seifert Editor’s note:  Walt Seifert is executive director of Sacramento Trailnet, a nonprofit association promoting greenways with a paved trail network in Sacramento, California. For 35 years, people riding bikes in Idaho have been allowed to do something they can’t legally do just about anywhere else—treat stop signs as yields

Adventure Cycling releases 518-mile Idaho Hot Springs route maps


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An Idaho retailer is setting up in-house production of mountain bikes for sale in his shop Slideshow Image:? URL:?

QBP honors retailer and supplier at FrostBike

BLOOMINGTON, MN (BRAIN) Feb 21, 10:49 MT— Quality Bicycle Products honored an Idaho retailer and a Georgia component maker at its VIP event during last weekend’s Frostbike event here. Scott Fitzgerald, owner of Fitzgerald’s Bicycles in Victor, Idaho, was chosen to receive the Clay Mankin Award. QBP presents the annual honor to a shop owner who makes significant contributions to advance the bicycle industry.